Senator Ron Johnson is the only member of Congress holding hearings on COVID plandemic. In this session a group of world renowned doctors and medical experts provide a different perspective on the global pandemic response, the current state of knowledge of early and hospital treatment, vaccine efficacy and safety, what went right, what went wrong, what should be done now, and what needs to be addressed long term.
10:50 Dr. Peter McCullough
16:29 Dr. Ryan Cole
21:45 Dr. Harvey Risch
29:45 Dr. Pierre Kory
38:38 Dr. Richard Urso
46:38 Dr. Peter McCullough
47:40 Dr. Christina Parks
53:20 Dr. Mary Talley Bowden
58:00 Dr. Harpal Mangat
1:00:49 Dr. Paul E Marik
1:10:24 Dr. Aaron Kheriaty
1:16:39 Dr. Robert Malone
1:23:58 Dr. David Wiseman
1:29:00 Dr. Mary Bowden on Black population specific vaccine effects.
1:32:47 Dr. Urso gives thanks to Senator Ron Johnson, for this opportunity.
1:34:44 Dr. Jay Bhattacharya recaps Great Barrington Declaration
1:41:30 Open Discussion
3:59:50 Nurse Jennifer Bridges fighting mandates after seeing adverse reactions
4:34:39 Dr. Robert Malone COVID vaccine concerns with children
4:43:10 Registered Nurse Nicole Sirotek’s story from the front lines
Links of Interest
IVERMECTIN – MEXICO, PERU, INDIA – DR. JOHN CAMPBELL
With only 5% of Uttar Pradesh’s 230 million people vaccinated, early treatment home kits wiped out an outbreak of COVID-19 dropping cases by 99% in three weeks.
What was in the home kits? Tylenol, Vitamin C, Multivitamin, Zinc, Vitamin D3, Ivermectin 12 mg [10 tablets], Doxycycline 100 mg [10 tablets].
The home kits cost less than $3 per person and brought the number of active cases to below 200. This is remarkable considering the province had more than 310,000 active cases during the peak of its COVID outbreak.
In comparison, one course of Remdisivir cost $3,100 and is the standard of care in many U.S. hospital systems even though the WHO has recommended against its use and meta-analysis studies have shown that it is ineffective against COVID-19.
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